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Old 07-17-2008
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Default EL dash inverters

I got new inverters from Stephen Birtles today. When I went to install them I carefullly checked the existing connections to insure I knew how they were wired. The two original blue inverter outputs were wired in paralell (together) and connected to both the upper and lower sections of the dash. I had thought that they would have had one inverter for the upper and the second for the lower section. Has anyone else foutd them wired this way?

I replaced the two with one of the new units and it works, but I wonder if it will be overloaded.
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Old 07-21-2008
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Should be one inverter per dash segment.

I suggest you change it, so as not to overload and ruin your new inverter.
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